Local groups

Joining a local group can be a rewarding way for single Christians to forge new friendships and relationships.

Even more importantly, it has been found that Christian adults who regularly meet with others get a big pickup in health. But we found that single Christians don't socialise that much - they are busy and have so much to do without necessarily that much support.  We want to urge you to be social on a regular basis, as well as attending events, big festivals and holidays!

Some local groups are orientated around one church or a group of churches, while others are independent. Some are part of a national organisation, others started and remained local. All have different characters and activities.  We recommend you check out any you are thinking of attending and get in touch with the organiser.

Find a local group

Explore our list of local groups that (as far as we know) would welcome new members.

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Starting your own group

If there are no groups in your area for single Christians, it’s worth considering starting one of your own.  This is not as hard, or as daunting, as you might imagine. You just have to be clear about what you want to achieve.

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Who should start a group?

Why not you? As a single Christian you will understand those who are in a similar situation. If you also possess good organisational skills, reliability and the capability to engage well with people, then you have what it takes to start or lead a group.

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